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Samplerbanks release Pure Minimal

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This collection offers hundreds of drum loops, bass and synth sounds for your minimal techno productions.

Pure Minimal is produced by Nawarro, a producer creating remixes and EPs for Anjunabeats, Deep Blue, Blaubeat (Baroque) and Dowalve Records. This sample pack was inspired by the tribal and percussive movement as well as artists like Deadmau5, Sander van Doorn and Wippenberg.

 

Pure Minimal is a collection of glitched, processed and tweaked minimal music loops produced specifically for the dance music producer. The pack contains 308 Drum, 65 Bass and 36 Synth Loops recorded at 126, 127 and 128 bpm. Loops are available not just as ACID-ised WAV files, but the whole source material is available in Apple Loop, REX2, Reason 5 ReFill or Ableton Live Pack formats.

 

Add to the package the 100 Hats, 102 Kicks, 100 Percussions, 9 Riffs, 100 Claps, 50 SFX, 22 Stabs, 15 Vocal One-shots, 50 SFX and even 15 Egyptian vocal one-shot samples. To round the list, all these samples are pre-mapped as 12 sampler banks kits for the popular software sampler formats: Kontakt, EXS 24, HALion, Reason NN-XT and SFZ.

 

Summary

• 541 MB original sounds, royalty-free

• 409 24-bit loops categorized into Bass, Drum and Synth sections

• 498 one-shot samples

• 12 ready to play patches for Reason NN-XT, HALion, Kontakt, EXS and SFZ compatible soft samplers.

• Formats: Ableton Live, Reason Refill, ACID WAV and Apple Loops versions are available separately.

 

Pricing & Availability

now - 31 USD / 19.95 GBP / 24.16 Euro - available as instant download

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